Become EDI Compliant with Buckle
Buckle was established in 1948 and has since become a well-known retail store in the U.S. The company is one of the leading retailers of clothing for young men and women sold at an affordable price.
Buckle has over 460 stores in the U.S. and their products include a wide variety of clothing, shoes, and other accessories. Buckle has both popular brand names and private label apparel consisting of shirts, pants, denims, and outerwear.
EDI documents are communicated over VAN (Value Added Network). Below are the EDI document types and labels that are required by Buckle and which have been fully verified by CovalentWorks for accurate compliance with Buckle’s EDI specifications.
Buckle EDI Requirements
- 810 Invoice
- 856 Advance Shipping Notice
- 850 Purchase Order
- 997 Acknowledgement
- GS1-128 (formerly called UCC-128) bar code shipping labels
Suppliers use a few different label types when purchase orders are fulfilled. They include:
- Autofill Size, style, color label
- Style, color, size, from PO
- Style, color from PO
The ASN (Advance Shipping Notice) will contain comprehensive information about the packing of the products that are being sent to Buckle and as well as transportation information. For example, the gross weight, SCAC code, Bill of Lading number, scheduled delivery date, ship to code, and shipping date will be included in addition to data that comes from the purchase order.
Buckle uses the SOPI format for ASN’s. SOPI stands for Shipment, Order, Pack (carton) and Item. SOPI is also known as “Pick and Pack” because more than one type of item can be packed into the same carton
Here is a label sample: